Is Valentine's Day just for young couples only?

@angel08 (120)
Philippines
January 31, 2008 12:15am CST
Valentine's day is fast approaching, every couples or lovers are planning their dates . Women feels much in love and sweet on that day, maybe cupid is around us specially when we receive flowers & chocolates from our suitors or boyfriends. but i've notice that married couples do not celebrate it anymore. Is it we married people too busy with our children or works? Do you still celebrate Valentine's Day with your husband/wife?
5 responses
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
of course no..valentine's day, in general, is a celebration of love, not just for couples but also for friends and families.. and it doesnt mean it's only applicable for the young, it includes the aged.. even our grandparents can celebrate valentine's right?
@Agent001 (242)
• India
31 Jan 08
Ya your right age has nothing with love.Its a internal feeling.
@cripfemme (7719)
• United States
1 Feb 08
I am married or in a long-term relationship, but feel people of all ages need to and can celebrate it. Honoring your partner knows no age limit.
• Philippines
1 Feb 08
valentine's day is not only for couples,younger age and not also for those who have in relationship,valentine is for all people even kids can celebrate and greet her family and friends.. its just like christmas day someone said that its just for kids but its untrue,its for all... even if we not know each other it can be share by greeting them...... just celebrate valentine's day with love and happy moments in your family,friends and to other people.. :-)
1 Feb 08
Hey angel08, valentine's day is not just for young couples but also for old couples, families and friends. Valentine's is for everyone who shares love with each other.
• India
31 Jan 08
Hi angel08, Valentine'day is for everybody, and it is like a thanks giving day to those who has shown love and affection on you.But now it has become a day for lovers only. Big hotels and event organisers cashing on this day by arranging Valentine'day celebration. Married people will celebrate in their houses itself. Good Luck.